US: Cadbury may respond to mid-calorie rivals

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 15 June 2004

The UK-based soft drinks and confectionary producer Cadbury Schweppes, which owns the Dr Pepper/Seven Up business, has said it is monitoring the success of the mid-calorie CSD launches from Coke and Pepsi as it decides on its own strategy in this new segment.

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The UK-based soft drinks and confectionary producer Cadbury Schweppes, which owns the Dr Pepper/Seven Up business, has said it is monitoring the success of the mid-calorie CSD launches from Coke and Pepsi as it decides on its own strategy in this new segment.

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